It was 1945 when the United States dropped two atomic bombs on Japanese cities, but many nations of the world hold fast to improving their nuclear capabilities.
It’s 2021, a brand-new year and for a few months now, the Antelope Valley Union High School District Board has had a new member. However, that hasn’t stopped the “terrible twosome,” Victoria Ruffin and Amanda Parrell, from making a point through their votes.
Your grandchildren will soon be taught that a remarkable historic event occurred on Jan. 13, 2021 when a true bipartisan Congress impeached President Donald J. Trump for a second time.
The Wall Street Journal — which has offered many editorials in support of President Donald J. Trump — on Jan. 7, urged that the president resign to avoid impeachment.
If you’ve ever hit a speed bump unexpectedly, you know what a jolt that can give you. The same can be said for hitting anything while driving, whether it’s a pole, trash can or an animal.
Being outspoken isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Speaking up when we see something happening and we know it’s wrong is encouraged. Isn’t that what we teach our children? Even law enforcement constantly tells us, “if you see something, say something.”
Many of the Trump administration’s foes would proclaim how the four years of turbulent problems in the White House West Wing proved just how inept the president was.
Despite a deadly pandemic that has killed more than 340,000 Americans and left millions jobless and hungry, the stock market ended 2020 with near all-time highs.
On Wednesday, California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) proposed spending $2 billion to incentivize local school districts to reopen elementary schools starting in February to assist youngest and neediest students at a time when the Coronavirus pandemic is still raging in parts of the state.
It’s New Year’s Eve and while most people are going to be home instead of out celebrating, it’ll certainly be a different type of celebration, as we enter a new year under “lock-down.”
America’s largest defense contractor, Lockheed Martin Corp., said to be flush with cash, plans to buy Aerojet Rocketdyne Holdings Inc. in a deal valued at $4.4 billion.
The often-divided United States congressional delegations joined together Sunday in approving a Covid-19 massive — nearly $900 billion — relief package for money-starved millions of Americans.
’Twas the night before Christmas and the Grinch was attempting to block much-needed aid that had finally been granted to the American people after months of haggling amongst politicians in Washington.
The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a toll on us in more ways than one. Not only do we have to worry about our livelihoods and catching the virus, but it’s taken many Americans to what was, perhaps, an early grave.
Scientists have labeled these trees as charismatic megaflora. But along with other endangered species, they are eventually going to be destroyed by raging wildfires:.
As a self-proclaimed celebrity, Rudy Giuliani, over the years since he was the mayor of New York City, flashes by in the TV political news from time to time.
In the history of American presidents, there are plenty of examples in which the chief executives planned ahead and also those who ran the government just off the top of their heads.
Ryanair Holdings PLC on Thursday said it has agreed to buy 75 of Boeing Co.’s 737 MAX jets, a boost for the troubled plane maker following the aircraft’s prolonged grounding.
With about 100,000 people in the US hospitalized because of the Coronavirus, the horrific pressures brought by the pandemic is reaching levels beyond belief.
A 20-page Justice Department document has emerged in Washington D.C. that reveals that a potential crime related to funneling money to the White House or a related political committee in exchange for a presidential pardon is currently being investigated.
It’s been a rough year and it’s not over yet. On Sunday, we entered into another lock-down because of the COVID-19 pandemic — this time, for three weeks. Allegedly. We’ll see if we actually come out of it on Dec. 27 or if it’s extended. But it doesn’t really matter because by then, Christmas…
Attorney General William P. Barr told the Associated Press on Tuesday, that he has “not seen fraud on a scale that could have effected a different outcome in the election.”